Reference

Whakapapa - Genealogy

Sites

* Iwidex
An index to the sources of information on tribal history, tikanga-ā-iwi, and whakapapa held in the Heritage and Research Collections of Auckland City Libraries
* Ko ngā Kōrero Nehe me ngā Whakapapa @ Te Puna Web Directory
Tūhonotaka ki kā rōpū whakariterite me kā kōrero whakatau o Aotearoa.
* A Guide to Tracing Your Whakapapa Auckland
Compiled by Manukau Libraries.
* Index of Māori Names
This index is from an unpublished manuscript compiled about 1925 by the missionary Rev. Henry James Fletcher (1868-1933). In its original form it was 987 pages long, a vast index of Māori names referred to in books and journals, including the names of boundaries, Māori individuals, canoes, trees, landmarks and geographical locations.
* Māori Interest Group (New Zealand Society of Genealogists inc.)
Tips and information on researching Māori family history and access to a bi-monthly newsletter.
* Manuel Jose Whānau
This whānau has regular reunions and has whānau news as well as their whakapapa on this site
* Ngāi Tahu Whakapapa Unit
The Whakapapa Unit sits within the office of Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, and is responsible for managing the tribal register and the registration process; maintaining and preserving the 1848 Whakapapa files; providing advice and services and research pertaining to whakapapa related matters; and, undertaking whakapapa based projects to enhance runanga affiliation and communication processes. Includes a PDF of the "Ngai Tahu 1848 Census" otherwise known as "the blue book" and a whakapapa registration form.
* Pakeha (European) / Maori Transliterations
Alphabetical list of personal names in Pakeha and Maori versions compiled by genealogists to help others researching family history.
* Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa
"The traditional rohe of Te Rarawa is described as the area from Hokianga to Maungataniwha, down through Victoria Valley river to Maimaru, across from Awanui Bridge west to Te Oneroa a Tohe (the Ninety Mile Beach) at Hukatere then down to Mitimiti and Hokianga."
* Whakapapa - A Guide to Resources held in the Aotearoa New Zealand Centre Kaupapa Whakapapa
Māori genealogy guide with information on iwi, tribal histories and information sources. From Christchurch City Libraries.
* Whakapapa Club: genealogy@maori.org.nz
* Whakapapa guide
from Auckland University Library
* Whakapapa Māori
Māori culture, history, myth and legend encapsulated in whakapapa / genealogy.